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When Van Gogh was at middle school in Tilburg in 1866, he was taught Dutch, French, English and German. Dutch was his native language, but Vincent could speak French from an early age. At the time, it was the most important international language. Children of the middle classes were expected to learn French. When Van Gogh was preparing to study theology in Amsterdam, he had Greek and Latin lessons with Maurits da Costa. His tutor later conceded that Vincent would always have trouble with classical languages, no matter how hard he studied. Vincent didn’t complete his studies. He ultimately found his way to France, and wrote many letters in French. He often ended these letters with ‘tout à toi, Vincent’: ‘ever yours, Vincent’. 🤎
.Letter from Vincent van Gogh and Th. Peyron to Theo van Gogh with sketch of field with ploughman (1889)

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When Van Gogh was at middle school in Tilburg in 1866 he was taught Dutch


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‘But you must love with a high, serious intimate sympathy, with a will, with intelligence, and you must always seek to know more thoroughly, better, and more’. In this letter to his brother Theo, Vincent emphasised how important it is to love those close to you.
Cypresses and Two Women (1890),
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But you must love with a high serious intimate sympathy with a will with


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‘It’s a study I need, for I want to learn’, wrote Vincent to his brother Theo in 1889. Van Gogh made 20 copies of prints by Millet. He didn’t see these paintings just as studies or as simple copies, although he did always reproduce the scenes meticulously. He saw them as an adaptation of black-and-white prints into colourful paintings.
.Peasant Woman Binding Sheaves (after Millet) (1889)
🌻 Vincent van Gogh .
Its a study I need for I want to learn wrote Vincent to his brother Theo in


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The studio of artist Fernand Cormon was located on Boulevard de Clichy in Montmartre. Artists new to the profession often had lessons from established painters, as did Vincent van Gogh. At Cormon’s studio, Van Gogh got to know other artists including Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Emile Bernard. Inspired by these new influences, Vincent started experimenting with colour. His darker works gradually made way for colourful paintings.
Boulevard de Clichy (1887),
🌻Vincent van Gogh
The studio of artist Fernand Cormon was located on Boulevard de Clichy in


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